The FBI is investigating child prostitution involving middle and high school girls in El Paso, TX as reported by Victor Skinner for EAGnews. Immigrant children are among those most at risk of becoming exploited in the flesh trade. John Martin, executive director for the Paso del Norte Center of Hope which crusades against child exploitation, said "the most vulnerable to being trafficked are the poor, young and the immigrant," and "in many cases these students fell into all three categories."
Sex trafficking of young girls from Mexico where the age of consent is 12 has become a racket staple for crime groups on both sides of the border. For example, "activists estimate that hundreds of thousands of women in Mexico, including many underage girls, are coerced into sex work or other forced labor" by the drug cartels as reported by Ioan Grillo for Time Magazine.
Just last month Isaias Flores-Mendez was sentenced to life "for running a 'depraved' and 'repulsive' prostitution pipeline that moved Mexican women from the 'world capital of sex trafficking' to sell their bodies in New York up to 35 times a day" as reported by Daniel Beekman for the Daily News: "prosecutors said Flores-Mendez was the 'undisputed' leader of a crew that from at least 2005 to 2013 preyed on 'hundreds, if not thousands' of young women -- some of them underage."
Earlier this year three brothers from Tenancingo, Mexico got relatively light sentences -- one got 10 years, and the two others got 18 years -- for their roles in pimping out enslaved girls in New York as reported by John Marzulli for the Daily News: "'I can only describe my life in New York as five years in hell,' said a woman named Carmen who was forced into prostitution at the age of 14."
Apparently we now know why sexual perverts are in favor of open borders: it's all about "acts of love."
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